Seattle University is committed to providing an inclusive and nondiscriminatory campus community. Seattle University recognizes that diversity is a matter of institutional policy and is an integral component of inclusive academic excellence. Our community is enriched by the diversity and inclusion of all our students, faculty, and staff. We promote an affirming and inclusive community for all to learn, work, and live together in alignment with our University’s Jesuit and Catholic mission and values.
In furtherance with these commitments, the University has adopted a Campus Climate Incident Reporting & Response Protocol. This protocol is an expression of our Ignatian value of cura personalis – care and concern for the development and thriving of the whole person.
If you have seen, heard, or experienced a harmful incident on the basis of one or more of your or another individual’s actual or perceived identities, you may report that incident. Any member of the University community can make a report.
CAPS licensed psychologists and counselors provide SU students with confidential individual counseling, therapy and support groups, and a variety of workshops. Self-help resources are also available online and through the Sanvello App. Urgent Care hours are M-F at 10am and 3pm. Please visit their website for more information.
Seattle University has partnered with TimelyCare to offer students 24/7 access to virtual medical and mental healthcare from anywhere in the United States. This exciting new service, funded by the student wellness fee, provides a great supplement to our existing on-campus health and wellness services with no out-of-pocket cost or insurance requirement.
The Office of Campus Ministry sponsors activities and programs for the cultivation of human spirituality and faith. Campus Ministry provides support for all students, regardless of their faith background – Catholic, Protestant, Jewish, Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, and even “spiritual but not religious”.
The Wellness and Health Promotion office is committed to helping students on campus access different resources that contribute to their overall health. They have many resources for physical and mental well-being as well as workshops and other events to promote the importance of wellness during students' time at Seattle University.
The Office of the Dean of Students is committed to helping all students at Seattle University be fully engaged and successful in their educational experiences inside and out of the classroom. Our office connects students with support services and offers opportunities for leadership, student employment, educational programs, and specialized resources.